Match versus Service Rifle—Which is Best For You?
When does a NRA High Power Rifle competitor know it’s time to retire their AR-15 for a match rifle? Another angle on that question is: why not just start with a match rifle to begin with? We’ll take a look at both approaches.
Expecting Perfection, One Shot at a Time
Lon Pennington was 34 years old before he owned a gun, after which he decided he wanted to become a silhouette competitor.
Expecting Perfection, One Shot at a Time: Part 2
Finding a freestyle position is really just a matter of getting in tune with your body. Creedmoor looks steady when you’re shooting big targets, but when you get into the tiny shoot off targets, you’ll definitely see some movement. I hold the gun clamped up against my leg using probably more pressure than many people do.
Getting the Most from Dry-Firing Practice
Everybody talks about the importance of dry-firing, but little has been written about it.
Transporting Success: Reloading at the Range, Part 2
Load development tips, with a focus on propellant charge
How David Tubb Made Me A Better High Power Rifle Shooter
Some advantages I’ve enjoyed while learning to shoot High Power Rifle with one of the masters
NRA Whittington Center: A Prairie Paradise For Shooters
Whether you’re a high power rifleman or a hunter, the NRA Whittington Center offers the finest shooting opportunities anywhere